Do You Know Different between Dark and Bold Coffee?

Sunday, June 9, 2019
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I used to order dark or bold at Starbucks stores or any coffee shops. Honestly, I do not know the differences.

The words “black coffee” refers to coffee without sugar back home country. When early years in America, I used these words, the customer services looks confuse.

They always make sure what I mean with “black coffee.” On that time, I wonder why do they confuse?

Recently, I understand the different between bold and dark coffees. I will not mix these words anymore.

Bold coffee means higher coffee content in a cup of coffee. Another meaning that when brewing coffee, we should make higher ratio coffee to water to get “bold coffee.”

Dark coffee or also called as dark roast coffee refers to how coffee processed. Coffees are roasted to the level of dark. In real, coffee beans look like dark brown.

At dark level, coffees look oily on its surface and heavy weight. The heavy body makes coffees less acidity and less caffeine.

Hot a cup of coffee

One of health benefit to drink low acid and low caffeine coffee is that making our stomach and heart feel comfortable.

My favorite coffee is bold and dark French roasted. I am not brands crazy, I could drink Starbucks, Community Coffee or any local unfamiliar brands. I drink at least two cups of coffee every day.

How about with you? How many cups of coffee do you drink daily? Bold or dark or combined? What is your favorite brand?

39 comments:

  1. I have only had coffee from/at Starbucks a couple of times as a treat from my daughter. I like my coffee black, meaning only sugar, no creamer. I only have one cup a day, had to cut down years ago because of high b/p.

    This if interesting information. Good to know.

    Wishing you a great week!

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  2. Many Americans, including myself, would understand "black coffee" as you mean it.

    I love coffee. Limiting myself is quite a challenge but I stick to a cup and a half daily.

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  3. Unfortunately, I don't like the taste and smell of coffee, I prefer tea: D Regards:***

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  4. 2 cups in the morning...I like a light roast with cream and milk.

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  5. I love coffee. I always drink 2 cups :)

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  6. Thanks for sharing this interesting tip on ordering dark or bold coffee.

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  8. I didn't know the difference. I love coffee with milk and no sugar.

    Best regards

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  10. I love bold coffees. These days we are buying World Market's Italian Roast. Wakes me up with the first sip!

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  12. I am not a coffee drinker, my hubby has one every day to start the day and possibly one after dinner but that's about it

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  13. Interesting! I can no longer ingest caffeine, but the varieties are fascinating. And we're considering asparagus for our garden. Yum.

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  15. E muitas coisas muito, muito mal no putugal agora. Nao trabalhos, nao economia, nao empregos, nao fix pa nossos problemas muito, muito Grandes!

    Atolados na merda em portugal agora amigos meus!!

    Que vai fasser tu? e te vejo na Sopas dos p[obres esta noite com seus irmaos desempregados!!

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  16. I'm not a coffee drinker, but it is interesting to learn about why some coffee is considered "dark."

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      Recently, I understand the different between bold and dark coffees. I will not mix these words anymore.

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  17. I'm a sweet coffee drinker. A latte or a frozen coffee preferred. And not strong coffee! I have about one a week. You would think black coffee wouldn't confuse anyone. I always thought that meant coffee with no milk or sugar!

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    1. I see....

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      Do, You, Know, Different, between, Dark, and Bold Coffee?
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      Bold coffee means higher coffee content in a cup of coffee. Another meaning that when brewing coffee, we should make higher ratio coffee to water to get “bold coffee.”

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  18. Like you, as long as it is good coffee I don't care what the brand is. I enjoyed your post, interesting. Thank you!

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      Dark coffee or also called as dark roast coffee refers to how coffee processed. Coffees are roasted to the level of dark. In real, coffee beans look like dark brown.

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  19. I never drink coffee from Starbucks ☺
    in general, the maximum dose is one coffee a day - in the morning ☺
    greetings
    Lili

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      At dark level, coffees look oily on its surface and heavy weight. The heavy body makes coffees less acidity and less caffeine.

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